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A Region in Crisis

Amin Saikal believes it’s time for the US and its allies to take stock of their past mistakes in the Middle East and act in ways that could help the people of the region. 866 more words
Middle East

Why Invest in Post Conflict Countries?

“Buy when there’s blood in the streets, even if the blood is your own” - Baron Rothschild

Post-conflict countries remain off the radar for nearly all investors, the images of violence and destruction are enough to scare off most people and that is before you even consider the dislocation, lack of economic activity and disruption that conflict brings upon an economy. 910 more words

Emerging Markets

Deteriorating Security in Libya May Result in More Migrant Boats: IOM


Deteriorating Security in Libya May Result in More Migrant Boats: IOM


GENEVA, Switzerland, August 29, 2014/African Press Organization (APO)/ — IOM is concerned that the number of migrants trying to reach Italy from Libya by sea could increase in the coming weeks, as more people decide to opt for the dangerous Mediterranean crossing to escape ongoing fighting in the Libyan capital. 459 more words


Egypt seeks a bigger role in the ‘new Libya’

A handout picture released by the Egyptian Presidency on August 26, 2014, shows Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (R) meeting with Libyan parliament speaker Aguila Salah Issa in the capital Cairo. 717 more words


The “Humanitarian War” against Libya: How the West Destroys Countries and Creates “Failed States”

The Art of War

Source: Global Research, by Manlio Dinucci, August 28, 2014

While Libya lies in flames, with thousands of men, women and children, driven by desperation, trying every day to cross the Mediterranean — and many of them will lose their lives – Italy’s President Giorgio Napolitano issues this warning: “Beware of the outbreaks all around us,” starting with the “persistent instability and fragility of the situation in Libya.” (aletheiaonline.it, July 12) 396 more words


Libya: The house of cards has collapsed

Source: Daily Maverick, by Simon Allison, 26 Aug 2014

Ever since Gaddafi’s grisly death, Libya has been a state in name alone, held together by a delicate balancing act of rival militias. 774 more words


The Principles of The National Dialogue in Libya

Once I meet with my friends these days, all we talk about is the current situation. Every one picks a side. We talk for hours without convincing each other. 948 more words